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Sustainable ranch management assessment guidebook: A communications tool for agencies, ranchers, and technical service providersAuthor(s): Stanley Hamilton; Cindy Garretson-Weibel; John Mitchell; Mike Smith; Doug Powell; Chuck Quimby; Gene Fults; Chuck Stanley; John Tanaka; Kristie Maczko; J. K. Brite; Dick Loper; Niels Hansen; Larry Bryant
Source: Cooperative Extension Service Publication #B-1216. Laramie, WY: University of Wyoming, Cooperative Extension Service. 67 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionThis guidebook is to help the rancher and/or land manager use business planning and ecological monitoring to ensure the ranch or land is managed in a sustainable manner.
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CitationHamilton, Stanley; Garretson-Weibel, Cindy; Mitchell, John; Smith, Mike; Powell, Doug; Quimby, Chuck; Fults, Gene; Stanley, Chuck; Tanaka, John; Maczko, Kristie; Brite, J. K.; Loper, Dick; Hansen, Niels; Bryant, Larry. 2011. Sustainable ranch management assessment guidebook: A communications tool for agencies, ranchers, and technical service providers. Cooperative Extension Service Publication #B-1216. Laramie, WY: University of Wyoming, Cooperative Extension Service. 67 p.
Keywordssustainable rangelands, ranch management financial and natural resource indicators
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